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2024 Blazer EV

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Your big day is here

Your new Blazer EV is home and it’s all yours. The keys in your hands not only give you access to your vehicle, but they open a whole new world of electrifying driving excitement. When you’re ready, follow the steps below to learn how to use some of the innovative features Blazer EV has to offer.

Step 1: Get in

Step 1: Get in

Hands-Free Start

The days of turning a key or pressing a button are over. Hands-Free Start is an advanced feature of Blazer EV that helps make everything easier — including your daily routines.

 

How to use Hands-Free Start:

  • Heads up — Hands-Free Start is the default setting that you can manually turn off based on your preference.
  • To start the vehicle, close the driver-side door, buckle the seat belt and press the brake pedal. The vehicle will power on automatically.
  • Buckle to Drive requires the driver and front passenger, if one is present, to buckle their seat belts before the vehicle can be shifted into Drive or Reverse.

Electronic Precision Shifter

After you’ve entered the vehicle and powered it on, you’re ready to put it into gear and begin your journey.

 

How to use the Electronic Precision Shifter:

  • Locate the shifter on the right side of the steering column.
  • Reverse – Press the brake pedal and then pull the lever toward you and up to shift into Reverse.
  • Neutral – Press the brake pedal and then pull the lever toward you and hold briefly to shift into Neutral.
  • Drive – Press the brake pedal and then pull the lever toward you and down to shift into Drive.
  • Park – Press the P button on the end of the lever to shift into Park.

To turn it off, put your vehicle in Park, unbuckle the seat belt and open the driver-side door. After exiting the vehicle and closing the door, the vehicle will power off automatically.


Powering off

Powering off your vehicle is easy, with two options.

 

How to power off your vehicle hands-free:

  • Put the vehicle in Park.
  • Press the Vehicle Off icon on your infotainment screen.
  • When prompted, press the Vehicle Off button.

 

How to power off your vehicle using the door:

  • Put the vehicle in park.
  • Then simply open the door and exit. Your Blazer EV will automatically power off.
Step 2: Get set

Step 2: Get set

Bluetooth® pairing

Personalize your in-vehicle experience by pairing your smartphone to your Blazer EV via Bluetooth®.†

How to pair your smartphone using Bluetooth®:

  • Make sure to allow permissions on your phone during pairing for the best experience.
  • Your vehicle must be in Park to pair a phone.
  • Press the Push to Talk button on the infotainment screen. After the prompt, say, “Pair my phone.”
  • Alternatively, to use the infotainment screen, select the Phone icon > Manage Phones > +Add Phone.
  • From your phone’s Bluetooth® settings, select the name shown on the infotainment screen and follow instructions on the infotainment screen.
  • You’re connected when you see the phone screen displayed.

Quick Start-Up with Google built-in

With Google built-in compatibility, Quick Start-Up loads your apps faster, allowing you to pick up right where you left off.

How to use Quick Start-Up:

· Begin by powering on your vehicle.

· The Chevrolet welcome screen will appear on your infotainment screen and populate with apps you last accessed on the previous trip.

· Enjoy fast access to your favorite apps.

How to turn off Quick Start-Up:

· When in Park, go to Settings on your infotainment screen.

· Scroll to System, tap Quick Start-Up and toggle to Off.

Step 3: Get driving

Step 3: Get driving

Driver Information Center

The reconfigurable Driver Information Center can display a variety of messages and vehicle information, including energy efficiency, trip information, the audio source, driver assistance information and more.

 

How to use the Driver Information Center:
Display controls

  • Press the Display button to view and scroll through the cluster display layouts.
  • Press the Up or Down arrows to scroll through the active menu.
  • Press the Check switch to select an item or clear a message.

 

Vehicle information

  • Press the Vehicle Status icon on the infotainment screen to view all available vehicle information.
  • When viewing an item, tap it to get more details. Once selected, choose Add to Display to display an item, or Remove from Display to remove an item from the driver display.

AutoSense Power Liftgate

Open your liftgate hands-free by approaching the rear of your vehicle with the key fob in your hand, pocket or purse.

 

How to use the AutoSense Power Liftgate:

  • Make sure you have the key fob within reach.
  • Stand within 3 feet of the rear-center of your vehicle.
  • The liftgate will open automatically after standing in place for five seconds.
Step 4: Get charging

Step 4: Get charging

Locating the charge cord

Your Blazer EV comes equipped with a portable charge cord for convenient charging at home or on the go.

 

How to locate your charge cord:

  • The charge cord is found in the underfloor storage of the cargo area — the same area you might expect a spare tire to be stored.
  • Open the liftgate, find the floor handle and open it.
  • Don’t forget to return your cord to its storage area after completing charges.

Powered Charging Door

Time to charge? Whether at home or in public, accessing your charging port is easy.

 

How to open and close the Powered Charging Door:

  • On the driver side of your new Blazer EV, you will find your charging port just below and in front of the driver-side mirror.
  • To open, simply press the lines indicated on the exterior of the charge port door.
  • To close, press the button next to the charge port. The door also closes automatically when you put the car in gear, but remember, it cannot close if the DC Fast Charge dust cover has been left hanging loose.

Dual Level Charge Cord

The available Dual Level Charge Cord offers home charging flexibility with Level 1 (120-volt) and Level 2 (240-volt) options. Level 2 charging is faster, but requires a 4-prong 240-volt wall outlet.

 

It is recommended you consult with a professional electrician to install a 240-volt outlet.

 

How to use your Dual Level Charge Cord:

  • Determine which type of electrical outlet you will use. Level 1 charging uses a standard 3-prong 120-volt outlet. Level 2 uses a larger 4-prong outlet.
  • Snap the corresponding cord into the bottom of the control box. Ensure it is fully seated and flush with the control box, or a yellow error light will appear, and you will be unable to charge.
  • Next, plug the 3- or 4-prong plug into the wall outlet. Look for the blue indicator light on the control box.
  • The Dual Level Charge Cord will perform a short boot-up and signal when it’s ready to charge.
  • Open your powered charging door and connect the coupler to the charge port of your vehicle.
  • Begin charging.

Charging Status Indicator

The Charging Status Indicator (located in the center of the dash by the windshield) shows the current charging status of the vehicle.

 

How to read your Charging Status Indicator:

  • Solid blue – Successful initial plug-in connection.
  • Flashing green with one tone – Vehicle is plugged in; battery is charging. Flashes indicate current percentage of battery charge.
  • Slow flashing blue with two tones – Vehicle is plugged in; battery charging is delayed.
  • Solid green – Vehicle is plugged in; charging complete.
  • Flashing red – Vehicle is plugged in; not charging. Check the charge cord connection.
  • No light – Vehicle is not plugged in OR there is an issue with the charger or outlet.
  • No light and three tones – The charge port door is open.
  • On RS models, the front and rear lights can also indicate charging status. If you wish to turn off this feature, you can access this under Settings within the Charging app on the infotainment screen and select Notifications.

Step 1: Get in

Step 1: Get in

Hands-Free Start

The days of turning a key or pressing a button are over. Hands-Free Start is an advanced feature of Blazer EV that helps make everything easier — including your daily routines.

 

How to use Hands-Free Start:

  • Heads up — Hands-Free Start is the default setting that you can manually turn off based on your preference.
  • To start the vehicle, close the driver-side door, buckle the seat belt and press the brake pedal. The vehicle will power on automatically.
  • Buckle to Drive requires the driver and front passenger, if one is present, to buckle their seat belts before the vehicle can be shifted into Drive or Reverse.

Electronic Precision Shifter

After you’ve entered the vehicle and powered it on, you’re ready to put it into gear and begin your journey.

 

How to use the Electronic Precision Shifter:

  • Locate the shifter on the right side of the steering column.
  • Reverse – Press the brake pedal and then pull the lever toward you and up to shift into Reverse.
  • Neutral – Press the brake pedal and then pull the lever toward you and hold briefly to shift into Neutral.
  • Drive – Press the brake pedal and then pull the lever toward you and down to shift into Drive.
  • Park – Press the P button on the end of the lever to shift into Park.

To turn it off, put your vehicle in Park, unbuckle the seat belt and open the driver-side door. After exiting the vehicle and closing the door, the vehicle will power off automatically.


Powering off

Powering off your vehicle is easy, with two options.

 

How to power off your vehicle hands-free:

  • Put the vehicle in Park.
  • Press the Vehicle Off icon on your infotainment screen.
  • When prompted, press the Vehicle Off button.

 

How to power off your vehicle using the door:

  • Put the vehicle in park.
  • Then simply open the door and exit. Your Blazer EV will automatically power off.

Step 2: Get set

Step 2: Get set

Bluetooth® pairing

Personalize your in-vehicle experience by pairing your smartphone to your Blazer EV via Bluetooth®.†

How to pair your smartphone using Bluetooth®:

  • Make sure to allow permissions on your phone during pairing for the best experience.
  • Your vehicle must be in Park to pair a phone.
  • Press the Push to Talk button on the infotainment screen. After the prompt, say, “Pair my phone.”
  • Alternatively, to use the infotainment screen, select the Phone icon > Manage Phones > +Add Phone.
  • From your phone’s Bluetooth® settings, select the name shown on the infotainment screen and follow instructions on the infotainment screen.
  • You’re connected when you see the phone screen displayed.

Quick Start-Up with Google built-in

With Google built-in compatibility, Quick Start-Up loads your apps faster, allowing you to pick up right where you left off.

How to use Quick Start-Up:

· Begin by powering on your vehicle.

· The Chevrolet welcome screen will appear on your infotainment screen and populate with apps you last accessed on the previous trip.

· Enjoy fast access to your favorite apps.

How to turn off Quick Start-Up:

· When in Park, go to Settings on your infotainment screen.

· Scroll to System, tap Quick Start-Up and toggle to Off.

Step 3: Get driving

Step 3: Get driving

Driver Information Center

The reconfigurable Driver Information Center can display a variety of messages and vehicle information, including energy efficiency, trip information, the audio source, driver assistance information and more.

 

How to use the Driver Information Center:
Display controls

  • Press the Display button to view and scroll through the cluster display layouts.
  • Press the Up or Down arrows to scroll through the active menu.
  • Press the Check switch to select an item or clear a message.

 

Vehicle information

  • Press the Vehicle Status icon on the infotainment screen to view all available vehicle information.
  • When viewing an item, tap it to get more details. Once selected, choose Add to Display to display an item, or Remove from Display to remove an item from the driver display.

AutoSense Power Liftgate

Open your liftgate hands-free by approaching the rear of your vehicle with the key fob in your hand, pocket or purse.

 

How to use the AutoSense Power Liftgate:

  • Make sure you have the key fob within reach.
  • Stand within 3 feet of the rear-center of your vehicle.
  • The liftgate will open automatically after standing in place for five seconds.

Step 4: Get driving

Step 4: Get charging

Locating the charge cord

Your Blazer EV comes equipped with a portable charge cord for convenient charging at home or on the go.

 

How to locate your charge cord:

  • The charge cord is found in the underfloor storage of the cargo area — the same area you might expect a spare tire to be stored.
  • Open the liftgate, find the floor handle and open it.
  • Don’t forget to return your cord to its storage area after completing charges.

Powered Charging Door

Time to charge? Whether at home or in public, accessing your charging port is easy.

 

How to open and close the Powered Charging Door:

  • On the driver side of your new Blazer EV, you will find your charging port just below and in front of the driver-side mirror.
  • To open, simply press the lines indicated on the exterior of the charge port door.
  • To close, press the button next to the charge port. The door also closes automatically when you put the car in gear, but remember, it cannot close if the DC Fast Charge dust cover has been left hanging loose.

Dual Level Charge Cord

The available Dual Level Charge Cord offers home charging flexibility with Level 1 (120-volt) and Level 2 (240-volt) options. Level 2 charging is faster, but requires a 4-prong 240-volt wall outlet.

 

It is recommended you consult with a professional electrician to install a 240-volt outlet.

 

How to use your Dual Level Charge Cord:

  • Determine which type of electrical outlet you will use. Level 1 charging uses a standard 3-prong 120-volt outlet. Level 2 uses a larger 4-prong outlet.
  • Snap the corresponding cord into the bottom of the control box. Ensure it is fully seated and flush with the control box, or a yellow error light will appear, and you will be unable to charge.
  • Next, plug the 3- or 4-prong plug into the wall outlet. Look for the blue indicator light on the control box.
  • The Dual Level Charge Cord will perform a short boot-up and signal when it’s ready to charge.
  • Open your powered charging door and connect the coupler to the charge port of your vehicle.
  • Begin charging.

Charging Status Indicator

The Charging Status Indicator (located in the center of the dash by the windshield) shows the current charging status of the vehicle.

 

How to read your Charging Status Indicator:

  • Solid blue – Successful initial plug-in connection.
  • Flashing green with one tone – Vehicle is plugged in; battery is charging. Flashes indicate current percentage of battery charge.
  • Slow flashing blue with two tones – Vehicle is plugged in; battery charging is delayed.
  • Solid green – Vehicle is plugged in; charging complete.
  • Flashing red – Vehicle is plugged in; not charging. Check the charge cord connection.
  • No light – Vehicle is not plugged in OR there is an issue with the charger or outlet.
  • No light and three tones – The charge port door is open.
  • On RS models, the front and rear lights can also indicate charging status. If you wish to turn off this feature, you can access this under Settings within the Charging app on the infotainment screen and select Notifications.
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